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The Encyclopedia of New Zealand is building a comprehensive guide to our peoples, natural environment, history, culture, economy and society.
New Zealand history website produced by professional historians for a general audience. Includes a broad range of topics divided between culture and society, war and society, Treaty of Waitangi , Genealogy links.
Papers Past is a collection of digitised historic New Zealand newspapers which offers browsing and full text searching.
Welcome to Many Answers. Here you can search for answers to popular homework questions asked at Anyquestions.co.nz
Search across more than 25 million digital items to discover New Zealand treasures such as amazing aerial photos, old posters and memorabilia, newspaper clippings, artworks, and publications.
The NZ Herald newspaper online.
Quick Link For School Students:Databases, Catalogues, Blogs, Homework Questions
Index New Zealand's searchable database contains descriptions of articles and other items from over 1000 New Zealand magazines and newspapers from earlier in the 20th century, right up until the present day.
Along with articles, INNZ also indexes New Zealand book reviews, poems, short stories, and biographical articles. Subjects covered include social research, the environment, science, agriculture, current affairs, the arts and the humanities.
INNZ only includes items about New Zealand and the South Pacific.
The New Zealand Official Yearbook has provided a comprehensive statistical picture of life in New Zealand since 1893
A moving image resource for NZ classrooms, available for
students and teachers.
Digistore is a storehouse of digital content to support learning across the curriculum, from early childhood through to senior secondary.
AVCOL Library Livebinders
LiveBinders are an online binder for curating digital content. The Library Team have created the following LiveBinders to help you find current, reliable, relevant information on the Internet for these assessments.
The access key is AVCOL
Why Google is not always enough
Corbin, Jenny and Claire Brooks.
"Why can't I just Google?." YouTube. La Trobe University 2009.
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What exactly do I want to find out?
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